Wednesday, December 28, 2011


Made with mashed potato, topped with olive oil, sea salt, fresh thyme and oregano. It was meant to be a snack but was so tasty it ended up being dinner. And then breakfast this morning too.


  1. Now that looks simply amazing! Any chance of the recipe please Susan?

  2. The recipe came from the cookbook that came with the Kitchen Aid - some good stuff in there!

    500g mashed potatoes
    500g strong white flour
    4 tbsp olive oil
    7g dry yeast
    2 eggs
    1 tsp salt

    Mix into a smooth dough, divide in 2 and shape into 2x 20cm greased cake tins. Lightly cover and rest for 3 hours. Brush with olive oil and top with cherry tomatoes (halved or quartered), sprinkle with salt, chopped oregano and/or thyme. Bake at 180 for 30 mins. Voila!

  3. that looks beautiful, i might try that too, i finally have some red tomatoes that would be yummy on top

  4. Thanks so much Susan will certainly give it a try. I'm in the process of purchasing a food processor and wondering how you've found the kitchen aid? I've read so many reviews and its all a bit overwhelming.

  5. I love the kitchen aid, fantastic for dough and cakes, very heavy duty and easy to clean. I haven't bought all the various attachments for it yet, so I am sure it will have more uses when I do. I also like our Cuisinart food processor/blender, but the bowl capacity of ours is too small. Often need to do 2 or three separate batches to chop everything finely or blend soup etc.